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Neuroradiological Society
In joint sponsorship with
Emory University School of Medicine

Thirty-third Annual Meeting

October 22-24, 2009
Hammock Beach Resort
Palm Coast, Florida
Southeastern Neuroradiological Society
Thirty-third Annual Meeting
October 22-24, 2009
Hammock Beach Resort, Palm Coast, Florida

Meeting Objectives
The goals of this meeting are to facilitate the exchange of ideas, concepts, and new updates in the field of
Neuroradiology. At the conclusion of this meeting, participants will be able to assess the latest developments in
interventional neuroradiology, diagnostic imaging of the spine, brain, head and neck, and peripheral nervous
system in both children and adults.
Designation Statement
The Emory University School of Medicine designates this educational activity for a maximum of 12.75 AMA PRA
Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in
the activity.
Accreditation Statement
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the
Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the Emory
University School of Medicine and the Southeastern Neuroradiological Society. The Emory University School of
Medicine is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

Thank you to our Sponsors

At the time of printing, a complete listing of corporate sponsors was not available. Acknowledgment will be given
to all sponsors at the time of the meeting.

Letter from the Program Chair

Dear Colleague:
The Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Neuroradiological Society will be held October 22-24, 2009 at Hammock
Beach Resort in Palm Coast, FL. This self contained resort is tucked away on a secluded stretch of unspoiled
Atlantic coast where Old World architecture and Spanish revival motifs co-mingle with the surrounding pristine
coastal landscape.

The educational sessions will cover topics from general diagnostic to interventional neuroradiology all given by the
foremost practitioners of the specialty in the region. There will be a continuation of the theme of unknown cases
with discussion that was so well received last year.

ENT sessions will include talks on temporal bone evaluation, vascular lesions, and lesions of the mandible.
Diagnostic brain imaging will review topics from neonatal imaging to brain tumors in all age groups and issues with
intracranial hypotension. The always strong interventional lectures will cover acute stroke intervention, vertebral
augmentation, and new techniques in endovascular care for aneurysms. Spine mobility and fusion failures will be
reviewed. Our invited speaker, Amit Saindane, M.D., will be giving the State of the Art lecture on Advanced MR
Imaging Techniques to include insights on implementation.

The acclaimed “Stump the SENRS Stars” session will challenge the expertise of teams of Neuroradiologists
competing for the annual “Caput Astrum Award”. This educational and informative session has rapidly become one
of the more popular sessions of the meeting.

This year’s SENRS meeting follows the Society’s tradition of gathering in an elegant facility combined with a superb
continuing medical education program, festive evening dinners, and socializing with our friends and families.
We are looking forward to a great meeting. Let’s get together once more to have fun and share learning experiences!
A.J. “Jack” Fountain, Jr., M.D.
Vice President/Program Chair
Southeastern Neuroradiological Society
Thirty-third Annual Meeting
October 22-24, 2009
Hammock Beach Resort, Palm Coast, Florida

Call for Scientific Papers

(Please print legibly or type)

Submission deadline: July 1, 2009






ABSTRACT: (Please e-mail a brief abstract using format below)


Presented by:



EMAIL TO: Francine L. Hollowell
(404) 712-4583 (Business)
(404) 712-7957 (FAX)
SENRS 2009 Preliminary Program

EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE LUNCHEON MEETING 5:45-6:05 Dynamic Imaging of Lumbar

11:30 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Spinal Instability
Thursday, October 22, 2009 Jeffrey A. Bennett, M.D.
Location: St. Augustine Room A
SENRS SCIENTIFIC SESSION 1 (Registrants, Spouses, & Guests)
Thursday, October 22, 2009 Location: Sandy Beach
Location: Clipper/Surf Room

1:00-1:05 WELCOME
Friday, October 23, 2009
1:05-1:35 Sensorineural Hearing Loss: Location: Clipper/Surf Room
How Best to Image It
C. Douglas Phillips, M.D. 7:00-7:45 Continental Breakfast
Location: Harbor/Galleon Room
1:35-2:05 Neonatal Neuroimaging
Chad A. Holder, M.D. 7:45-7:50 Announcements
A.J. Fountain, Jr., M.D.
2:05-2:25 Use of a Dual Catheter Technique as an
Alternative To Stenting in the Treatment 7:50-8:10 Vertebral Body Augmentation with a
of Wide-Necked Aneurysms Curved Nitinol Bone Catheter: A New
Mary E. Jensen, M.D. Approach to Vertebroplasty and
2:25-2:55 Dentate and Peridentate Pathology Avery J. Evans, M.D.
of the Posterior Fossa
Daniel F. Broderick, M.D. 8:10-8:30 Longitudinal Diffusion Tensor Findings
in Children With Diffuse Brainstem
2:55-3:10 Quality Assurance/Quality Glioma Treated with Radiation and
Improvement Project for the ABR Antiangiogenic Therapy
John D. McKenzie, M.D. Kathleen J. Helton, M.D.

3:10-3:40 Refreshment Break/Visit Exhibits 8:30-8:45 Intralabyrinthine Schwannomas with

Location: Harbor/Galleon Room High Resolution MR
John D. McKenzie, M.D.
3:40-4:35 State of the Art Lecture:
Advanced MR Imaging Techniques 8:45-9:15 Vascular Lesions of the Head and Neck
Amit M. Saindane, M.D. Deborah R. Shatzkes, M.D.

4:35-4:55 Minority Report: The Case of 9:15-9:45 Update on Neuroradiology Education

Prophylactic Vertebroplasty Mark E. Mullins, M.D.
Van L. Lewis, M.D.
9:45-10:15 Refreshment Break/Visit Exhibits
4:55-5:25 Imaging of Jaw Lesions Location: Harbor/Galleon Room
Joel K. Cure, M.D.
10:15-10:35 Intraarterial Stroke Intervention
5:25-5:45 Pineal Tumor Growth and Cysts in Joseph A. Horton, M.D.
Children with Retinoblastoma:
Sorting the Benign From the Aborted 10:35-11:20 Incisura and Intracranial Hypotension
Trilateral Retinoblastoma and Treatment Algorithms
Kathleen J. Helton, M.D. Charat Bideri, M.D.
11:20-11:35 Unknown Cases 10:05-10:25 Applications of the Sagittal, Stenvers and
Mark E. Mullins, M.D. Poschl Projections for Temporal Bones
C. Douglas Phillips, M.D.
11:35-12:05 Imaging of Spinal Fusion Complications
Andrew L. Wagner, M.D. 10:25-10:55 Curative AVM Treatment Utilizing Onyx:
Technique and Outcomes
12:05-12:20 The Different Flavors of Nasal Polyposis Avery J. Evans, M.D.
Ilona M. Schmalfuss, M.D.
10:55-11:25 Refreshment Break/ Visit Exhibits
12:20-1:45 BUSINESS MEETING LUNCHEON Location: Harbor/Galleon Room
(Members Only Please)
Location: St. Augustine Room A 11:25-11:45 What Not to Biopsy
Chad A. Holder, M.D.
(Registrants, Spouses, & Guests) 11:45-12:15 Value of PET CT in ENT Cancer Patients
Location: Center Courtyard Ilona M. Schmalfuss, M.D.


Location: Ocean Bar Event Lawn


Saturday, October 24, 2009
Location: Clipper/Surf room

7:00-7:45 Continental breakfast

Location: Harbor/Galleon Room

7:45-7:50 Announcements
A.J. Fountain, Jr., M.D.

7:50-8:20 Motion Preservation of the Spine

Ryan D. Murtagh, M.D., MBA

8:20-8:50 The Impact of the Neuroradiologist in

the Diagnosis and Treatment Monitoring
of Intracranial Infection
M. Judith Donovan Post, M.D., F.A.C.R.

8:50-9:05 Perfusion Imaging for Acute Stroke:

MR or CT?
David A. Miller, M.D.

9:05-9:35 ACR Update

Christopher G. Ullrich, M.D.

9:35-10:05 The Necessity of Intensive Care Unit

Monitoring Following Elective
Endovascular Treatment of Unruptured
Intracranial Aneurysms
Mary E. Jensen, M.D.
General Meeting Information
Hammock Beach Resort is beautifully situated just south of Jacksonville and conveniently located for
traveling to central and northeastern Florida attractions. Hammock Beach Resort is 20 miles north of
Daytona Beach; 45 miles from downtown Jacksonville, 30 minutes from St. Augustine, America’s oldest
city, and 80 miles from Orlando. Private planes may fly into the Bunnell Airport that is located only 15
minutes from the Resort.

This self contained resort is tucked away on a secluded stretch of unspoiled Atlantic coast where Old
World architecture and Spanish revival motifs co-mingle with the surrounding pristine coastal landscape.

There are eleven floors of luxury suites, all with ocean and golf course views. Each suite has unique décor
and oversized furniture and is arranged for privacy with private bathrooms and private balconies. Three-
and four-bedroom luxury suites compare to most penthouse suites and range from 2,200 to 2,400 square
feet. One-bedroom luxury suites are 750 square feet, featuring garden tubs, private balconies, and full
kitchenettes. All suites come equipped with complimentary high-speed internet access, DVD players, and
cable television.

There are many Aquatic activities that include a Marina,
a 6.6 million dollar Water Park and Pavilion with pool-size
Jacuzzi, pools for adults and families, a spectacular three-story
water slide, a meandering lazy river and even a white sandy

Other activities include golf, tennis, European spa, and

signature health club. There is a state-of-the-art fitness and
wellness center and spin studio, 9-hole putting course, and
bicycle rentals.

Atlantic Grille - all day dining inside or on the veranda; Ocean Bar & Café - poolside casual favorites;
Seaside Grille - classic American fine dining; Sushi Bar - Ginn-Asian flair, with a few surprises. You will be
able to enjoy world-class fine dining at the Seaside Grille, casual Florida favorites at the Ocean Bar, and
light bites and spirits at Loggerheads Lounge, which
also features a cozy piano bar.

Kids Crew at Hammock Beach™ Resort, created just
for guests ages 4-12, offers kids a myriad of activities.
From scavenger hunts and beach games to fun in the
pool, your kids will love getting to spend the day on
their terms, while you get to do the same.
Monday through Saturday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
$40 per child, including lunch (Ages 4 to 12 Only)
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday: 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.
$45 per child, including dinner (Ages 4 to 12 Only).
Reservations can be made by calling 386-246-5661
or email
Water Park where you can float down the lazy river, ride the twisting water slide, or build a poolside
sandcastle with full food and beverage service. There is also an indoor pool and beach.

There is something to please children (and adults) of all ages.

GOLF: World-Class golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson.

• 36 holes of championship golf

• The Ocean Golf Course by Jack Nicklaus
• The Conservatory® Golf Course by Tom Watson
• 9-hole putting course
• 2 driving ranges
• Practice greens
• Golf shops

Please go online and visit the website for Hammock Beach Resort:
Southeastern Neuroradiological Society
Thirty-third Annual Meeting
October 22-24, 2009
Hammock Beach Resort, Palm Coast, Florida

Annual Meeting Registration Form

(Please print legibly or type)

Name: Nickname (for badge):



City: State/Province: Zip/Postal Code:

Phone: Fax: E-mail:


Please indicate appropriate meeting registration fee below (U.S. Funds only). Please make check payable to SENRS.

SENRS Member $50.00 (Spouse $100) Non-member $375.00 (Spouse $100)

Fellow/Trainee $50.00 (Spouse $100)

Spouse/Guest Information

Name of Spouse/Guests) Attending, (if applicable)

I will attend: Thursday Dinner (# attending ; # children attending , age(s) )

Friday Reception/Dinner (# attending ; # children attending , age(s) )

Dietary Restrictions:
*Please note: The SENRS has to pay for members and/or vendors indicating that they are going to be at the
evening functions, and then either not showing, or canceling less than 3 days prior to the event. All catering
services have a 3-day cancellation policy, or the group will be billed. Therefore, if you indicate that you
will be at the evening functions, and do not adhere to the 3-day cancellation policy you will be assessed the
amount of the dinners.

Fax or mail your completed registration form to:

Francine L. Hollowell, SENRS
2775 Jasmine Ct., NE
Atlanta, GA 30345.
(404) 712-7957 (FAX)

For any questions, please call Francine at: (404) 712-4583 or e-mail:

200 Ocean Crest Drive
Palm Coast, FL 32137
Toll Free: 1-866-453-2227
Fax: 321-939-6875

Southeastern Neuroradiological Society

Reservation Form

Name: _______________________________________________________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________________________________________


Home Telephone. # ____________________________________________________________________________________

Work Telephone. # ____________________________________________________________________________________

E-mail Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________

Room Request:
Ocean View Suite ________ $346.00 plus tax and service fee nightly

Arrival Date: ____________________________ Departure Date: ____________________________

# Of Adults In The Party __________ # Of Children In The Party _________


Type of Card: _________________________________

Card #: _________________________________________________ Exp. Date: _________________________________

Additional Info: ______________________________________________________________________________________

One night deposit will be taken at time reservation is made. Balance will be due upon check out.
Reservations are subject to 7 day cancellation policy. Please cancel reservations 7 days prior to arrival to avoid
forfeiture of deposit.
Rates are subject to: 10% sales tax and 9.75% service charge.
Service charge includes: All gratuities for bellman, housekeeping, valet parking, personal concierge, high speed
internet in all guest suites, wireless internet in designated locations and in all meeting rooms, access to our 4000 sq.
ft. fitness center and health spa, daily newspaper, local and toll-free calls, use of the business center, beach chairs,
and pool floats, as well as on-site transportation to all Hammock Beach amenities.
Attention Golfers!!!!
For all you golfers that would like to play during your stay
at Hammock Beach Resort, it will be necessary to reserve tee
times NOW!!! Please check the form below and return it to me
immediately! Should you decide to cancel once the reservations
have been made, please notify me.

There are two golf courses, the Ocean Course and the
Conservatory Course. Green fee and cart is $159.00 per person.

The Conservatory Course is definitely the more challenging

course (not recommended for beginner golfers). It is about a 20
minute drive from the Resort and transportation can be arranged if you do not have your own vehicle.

The Ocean Course is at the resort itself and is also a great course.

Dress Code:
Men – Collared shirt or mock turtlenecks, Bermuda shorts or slacks,
soft spiked golf shoes or tennis shoes, shirts must be tucked in.
Women – Collared shirt with or without sleeves OR collarless shirt with
sleeves, shorts/skirts/skorts no more than 5” above center of knee.
The following attire is inappropriate:
Denim, cutoffs, shorts/skirts/skorts shorter than 5” above center of
knee, fishnet tops or bare midriff shirts, cargo shorts and cargo pants,
bathing suits.
Carts cannot proceed past the cart signs on any hole on the golf course.
Cancellation policy – 24 hours prior to scheduled tee time. If you do not cancel your tee time 24 hours prior, you
will be billed. Please circle the days that you would like tee times reserved and FAX this sheet to:

Francine L. Hollowell, SENRS

(404) 712-7957 (FAX)

Please circle desired day(s)


Name(s): _____________________________________________________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________________________________________

Name of Credit Card: __________________________________________________________________________________

Credit Card #: ________________________________________________________________________________________

If American Express card please give CID # (4 digit number above last number of imprinted number on card).


Name as on card: _______________________________________________________ Exp. Date: ___________________

2010 Meeting:
Southeastern Neuroradiological Society
Thirty-fourth Annual meeting

October 21-23, 2010

Charleston Place Hotel

Charleston, SC

Atlanta, GA 30345.
2775 Jasmine Ct., NE
Southeastern Neuroradiological Society

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